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Description - Grow your own Wedding Flowers by Georgie Newbery

By growing your own wedding flowers you can add a personal element to your special occasion, while caring for the environment and saving money at the same time. Filled with gorgeous pictures, this friendly, no-nonsense book makes growing and arranging your own flowers achievable and fun. Whether you re growing for a wedding or for a birthday, festival or other celebration, Georgie s cheerful advice takes you through everything you need to know. Step-by-step guides cover:

Planning, growing, cutting and conditioning your flowers
Spring, summer, autumn and winter weddings
Flower craft for special occasions, including buttonholes, bouquets, centrepieces, garlands and flower crowns.
From jam-jar posies to elaborate displays, Grow Your Own Wedding Flowers explains how to grow and create beautiful arrangements and make your special day unique, without costing the earth.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780857842534
ISBN-10: 0857842536
Format: Hardback
(255mm x 205mm x mm)
Pages: 224
Imprint: Green Books
Publisher: Green Books
Publish Date: 19-Nov-2015
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Author Biography - Georgie Newbery

Georgie Newbery is an artisan flower farmer and florist, supplying cut flowers direct to customers from her smallholding in Somerset. Georgie set up and runs her own business and is a leading authority on growing cut flowers. She also runs courses on growing and arranging cut flowers, and on marketing via social media for fellow growers. Image (c) Heather Edwards

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